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Bears hire assistant coaches Griffin, Bing


Bears coach Matt Eberflus on Friday added two more assistants to his staff, hiring Ryan Griffin to work with quarterbacks and receivers and Bryan Bing as assistant defensive line coach.

Griffin was a quarterback who spent time with the Saints (2013-14) and Buccaneers (2015-22), primarily on their practice squads or as a third-stringer. He appeared in one regular-season NFL game, completing 2 of 4 passes for 18 yards on one drive for Tampa Bay in a 2019 contest against the Colts. Griffin entered the NFL with New Orleans as an undrafted free agent from Tulane.

Bing spent last season as a defensive assistant with the Colts as part of the Tony Dungy Diversity Coaching Fellows program. Prior to that, he served as defensive line coach at Butler (2018) and Wofford College (2021-22) and was a graduate assistant at Heidelberg University (2016), Kent State (2017) and Pitt (2019-20).

Bing played linebacker at Methodist University in North Carolina, where he totaled 316 tackles and was a two-time All-South Region selection and a three-time All-USA South Athletic Conference honoree.

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